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Reed’s sequestration focus is on community outreach

February 28, 2013
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Feb-28-13 4:40 PM

What a frigin bonehead,just fix the problem,if you guys can get anything done,if this was the private sector,you guys would lose your jobs,for not doing your jobs!!! You think you can do anything you want. Your a one term as far as i'm concerned,go swimming again in Israel,that's about all you can do!!

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Feb-28-13 3:29 PM

Didn't vote for him. You dummies that did enjoy him. I didn't like the other guy either. I would prefer to remain attached to Erie County.

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Feb-28-13 1:09 PM

Sheer BS. Talk about political spin. Wait until the sequester comes home to roost. then we can assess whether this Tea Kettle Republican is for real. I'd like to hear any support from the officials who are cited as defending his ideology. Complete nonsense that insults the intelligence and integrity of the voting people. To be gone with you, next term. I'll work for it.

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Feb-28-13 12:49 PM

Gee, wonder what Reed would have heard were he with the other party...


The sequestration issue: If so many workers will lose jobs, pay, etc. - - - members of the House and Senate should likewise lose 20% of their pay until they "grow up and play nice" and fix this problem.

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